Man arrested for carjacking in Tamuning
by Nick Delgado
Guam - Ever leave your car running unattended. A sushi delivery man learned that the hard way last week when 19-year-old Robby Narruhn allegedly jumped in and drove away. Police tried to pull Narruhn over when they located the stolen vehicle but he managed to get away. On Monday police spotted the car again this time near Pacific Towers in Tamuning. Narruhn was found at a nearby gas station.
When interviewed by police, he admitted that he stole the car and sold the sushi that was inside it for about $400. He was arrested for theft of a motor vehicle, eluding a police officer, consumption of alcohol and reckless driving. Police say this case should serve as a reminder that the law requires everyone to properly secure their vehicles.